To that end, I’ve had my fair share of experience with interactive cat toys. From the classics to the latest and greatest, there’s a cat toy for every personality and energy level. Badly behaved cats often just need stimulation in the form of tiring play, so if you’ve got a cat that acts up all the time, consider one of the items from our list to help them burn off some steam. Indoor cats especially have higher requirements for exercise, since they don’t have a dynamic environment to move through. There are always the and , but nothing beats a toy that can engage your pet.
Cat playing with catnip toy :) - YouTube
Young kittens between the ages of 3 weeks old and 8 months old off and on, and will have very strong needs to bite. Just like baby children, kittens are born without teeth, start getting their first at about 3-4 weeks old, then they will lose their baby teeth and have their adult teeth come in up until the age of about 8 months old. So the trick here is not to keep them from biting; but rather, to provide them . We use plastic drinking straws with our kittens, and train them from the start that toys and straws are -fectly fine to bite, but human body parts are off-limits! If a kitten learns this from the start, there is hardly ever an as an adult. Some cats start biting out of frustration after they have been . Some cats start biting out of , which usually can be countered by providing the cat a feline playmate, and/or providing them more , and making their environment more stimulating for them. For a cat with a serious biting problem, often the quickest way to teach them not to bite you is to immediately blow on his face, as soon as you realize he is biting or is about to bite you. Saying "NO!" firmly at the same time reinforces this training. At all times, it is critical that you be thinking and acting on the firm belief that "toys and straws are for biting; human hands are for giving and receiving love".
Feb 21, 2012 - cat playing with feather toy
Your cat's imagination can turn almost anything into a wonderful toy that she'll bat around or chase to her heart's content. Typically, cats most enjoy playing with small, light objects that are "flickable," such as a cork or a Ping-Pong ball, which they can swat and then chase.
Jessie the cat - playing with her plush toy - YouTube
Have you ever wondered what kinds of toys cats like best? There are some toys that catsseem to enjoy playing with more than others. Also, remember that every cat has his or her ownpersonality and not every cat likes the same toys. Still, there are some cat toys that seem tobe a hit with most cats.The bottom line is that most cats do like playing with toy mice, butthey should be supervised when they are playing with them. I've found that this is true for most cat toys.